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Marshall Jennings is an alumnus of Eastern Michigan University. Jennings was a highly involved student activist, serving as a member of Campus Service Corps. Jennings was an instrumental figure in discussions with administration on bettering conditions for African American students on campus, Jennings began his professional career at Eastern Michigan University working for admissions through recruiting and counseling. Jennings worked for two years as a counselor and recruiter for Eastern before going on to a long and successful career in higher education administration.
Black Student Association, Campus Service Corps, Ypsilanti, Eastern Michigan University, student protest, demonstration, civil rights, takeover, African American Studies
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Burns, Rachel and Jones, Matt, "Marshall Jennings, October 22, 2018" (2018). Oral Histories. 48.